Flowers are a large part of setting the mood and tone of a wedding; from spectacular centerpieces, bridal bouquets to table flowers, floral cake decorations and men’s buttonholes, wedding flowers adorn, accent and tie in choosing themes for your special day. Whether you're after a grand traditional affair, vintage with an artisan flair, or something different - their fresh scent, rich shades and magnificent forms add a scene of grandeur and elegance, bringing new life and energy to your wedding day.
Table flowers are key focal points at wedding receptions, so it's a great opportunity to get creative. The saying less is often true for wedding table flowers, reach for spring flowers single blooms such as tulips, roses, gerberas or hearty flower such as peonies, hydrangeas and lavender placed in small glass jars. Alternatively opt for spring wedding flower arrangements, of bright hearty peonies in shades of pink and peach for a pop of colour and romance.
If you’re after a minimal look, a minimalist and all white centrepiece will work beautifully. Reach for all white blooms, elegant flowers including calla lilies, roses and tulips, housed in simple glass containers, i.e. square glass for a little edge. White flowers look striking against its contrasting green shoots to create an exquisite and polished centrepieces.
If you're looking for a slightly more lavish arrangements, why not opt for country garden themed table runners? Our spring wedding flower centrepieces, a simple, rustic table runner, with arrangements made up of pastel shades of garden roses, white ranunculus and trials of lush leaves. For a pop of colour, reach for a combination of deep green foliage, hot pink, violet and classic white roses and peonies for a classic, elegant affair.
Current wedding trends include glorious rich canapé arrangements, which are set to be big for spring and summer. Beautifully decorated wedding canapés provide an element of romance and enchantment
Why not cement your wedding vows under, inspirational wedding canapés and arches? For a whimsical look reach for classic white roses, or your favourite flowers in soft pastel shades, creams, peach, .pale yellow or pink and coral; pair with lashings or forest green foliage for a rich contrast. Flowers which work beautifully include pastel shades of rose, hydrangeas, blossom. For a pop of colour mix pastels such coral peonies, with hot pink roses, orange tulips, purple, red and orange gerberas, and white carnations.
Work your favourite flowers into the arch or hang lines of floral bunting, or streams of white flowers with contrasting lush green foliage, to create a truly magical wedding arch. If it’s dreamy and decadent you’re after, incorporate strings or petals or crystals, they adorn pretty flowers beautifully, for added pizazz.
If it's a vintage dream you’re after, opt for bridal flowers with a boho feel. Spring flowers such as hyacinths, lilac, tulips, peonies and Delphiniums add a rustic feel and are perfectly fitting for a vintage affair. Table flowers should be quirky and romantic; a single pale pink roses housed in glass vases, with antiqued accents such as an iron bird cage and gold glass tea-candles, work beautifully to continue a vintage theme. Or how about vintage style vases, filled with pale pink hydrangea, roses, gyp, clusters of lilac, ranunculus and pale green foliage in spring colours for a light and airy feel.
For a truly rustic affair, when arranging bridal bouquets, opt for bountiful garden flowers full of charm and elegance. Garden favourites such a blossom, sweet peas, roses in shades of coral, pale pink or purple, and lashing of forest green foliage, make spectacular spring bridal bouquets and wedding centrepieces for an enchanting rustic vintage affair.
For hearty arrangements, reach for rich pastel shades of peonies, hydrangea, blossom, rose. These arrangements work beautifully as bridal bouquets, wedding table centrepieces and for adorning reception tables, either in glass containers or beautifully scattered along reception centre tables.
Go Boho all the way, take rustic further with trailing bouquets. On-trend this season and making an unforgettable statement, there's nothing subtle about the new trend of cascading bouquets. If you're after a wow factor, waterfall-style bridal bouquets of sumptuous pastel shades or elaborate pops of colour are certainly for you.
The key to Bohemian wedding arrangements is lashings or trailing foliage, incorporated storks surrounded with full looking bloom; pastel shades of peonies, peach or pale pink roses. For a colourful celebration, how about an opulent red cascading bouquet filled with succulents, purple freesias and a trail of delphiniums.
If you're after something different for your big day, how about a rustic plank chandelier? Current wedding flower trends include the rise of floral chandeliers. An alternative to chandeliers, hanging rustic beans adorned with beautiful, full blooms of soft pastel pink and coral roses, bountiful pale orange hydrangea or peonies and lashings of lilac and contrasting green foliage, make spectacular, enchanting and perfectly whimsical focal points for a unique wedding affair.
Whether they're used to adorn wedding receptions or incorporated into wedding ceremonies, floral chandeliers are set to be a huge trend that instantly transforms any space.
Alternatively inject colour and go glam, with arrangements of rich orange roses, purple dahlias, and variant daisies and purple lilac for a vibrant feel to reception spaces.
Our extensive range of wedding corsages and buttonholes for the broom and groomsmen in a range of styles and designs in keeping with the wedding flower scheme, ensures there’s something for everybody.
If it’s classic and sophisticated you’re after, lustrous pale pink roses, white hyacinth and foliage, a corsage made up of all white peonies, or ranunculus paired with classic white roses and green shoots, make exquisite scented wrist corsages for your bridal party.
With summer fast approaching, it’s a great opportunity to play around with more daring colours, vibrant shades of orange, purple and violet. Tropical bold designs, with geometric forms are masculine, exotic flowers such as strelitzia and aspidistra leaves. Shades of blazing oranges and energetic greens burst with individuality and serve as unique floral pins that men can wear.